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>> good morning, we're following several breaking news stories on this fridaye september 12, the ohio teen serving three life sentences for gunning down three of his classmates is behind bars after a daring escape. >> the judge in the oscar pistorius murder case has found him guilty of culpable homicide in the killing of his girl friend. >> a video shows a different side of a fight that put a park ranger in the hospital. >> good morning, 4:30, a.m. and
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let's check the forecast like we do every morning, how's it going, david? >> reporter: pretty good, we had not gotten a lot of showers last night, we had enough cloud cover, we never made the atmosphere unstable for the thunderstorms. 67 degrees, 58 in allentown, cool and refreshing. 60 in reading and 71 in sea isle city. as we head out the door to catch the school bulls between the hours of 6 an 8 we'll be in the 60s, as we roll through the day, 66 degrees by 9:00 a.m., noon, 70. real refreshing morning to go out and do a jog or take the dog for a walk or run errands. 75 degrees by 3:00 p.m. 76 by 4:00 p.m.
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73 by 6:00 p.m. i'll have more on possible showers, tam. >> thank you, david. this is breaking overseas a judge has found oscar pistorius guilty of culpable homicide in south africa. let's go over to katherine scott she is live in our satellite center following the details coming in. >> reporter: that's right, tam, we're following the courtroom a lot of suspense as the judge awaits for the judge's decision. oscar pistorius found guilty of culpable homicide and carries sentence of 15 years behind bars. oscar pistorius is arriving at the courtroom. crowds were outside as he went in. court got underway 9:30 local time. he was found guilty of a weapons charges and acquitted of two more. it was the culpable homicide
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charge that carries more time. yesterday the subject said prosecutors failed to approve the olympic track star intended to kill his girlfriend or imagined an intruder he would have failed 25 years for premeditated murder. the courtroom was packed again, they awaited the verdict on culpable homicide and there will be a sentencing hearing at a later date. we'll bring you the developments as we get them. live in the satellite studio, katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> t.j. lane and two other inmats escaped from the correctional facility in lima, ohio, i can confirm from officials involved in the search that t.j. lane is in custody. >> we have more breaking news, a teen killer who escaped an
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ohio jail was captured overnight. t.j. lane was serving a triple life sentence for the shooting of three students in the suburb of cleveland back in 2012. he escaped along with two other inmates. one was captured quickly and lane was captured and final inmate is out there at large. classes are cancelled at shard don school so students staff and families can get counseling and support. >> the baltimore ravens managed to put the ray rice controversy behind them for a night. they steam rolled the steelers. former fbi robert muller is investigating the scandal. rice was caught knocking out his
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then fiance in the elevator. >> if he did know, he should resign. >> reporter: football fans watching the baltimore ravens game, fours sources say that contrary to what nfl commissioner roger goodell said yesterday he has known since june what happened in the elevator. on june 16 ray rice told the nfl commissioner he punched his wife and her unconscious inside a revel casino elevator. goodell said it wasn't until he saw the video on monday that he new precisely what happened. but the four sources tell espn it was made clear that rice said he was sorry and would never do it again. in the revelations turn out to be true, some feel goodell should go.
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>> if we made a big mistake like that and it affected our company, we would lose our job for it. >> he should be fired it's inappropriate for anybody who knew that, the sources say you did know about it, he should be fired. >> reporter: but others disagree. >> i don't believe he should resign or terminated, there should be i guess a meeting of owners to see what punishment should be leveed on the commissioner. >> he is going to sit there and stay messed up and hopefully get it right after he messed up bad. >> reporter: former fbi chief is leading the investigation into the matter. stay tuned on this one. at the sports complex in south philadelphia, i'm dann cuellar, channel 6 "action news." >> the philadelphia district attorney is looking at newly
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released video of a park ranger attacked in love park. it appears to contradict the ranger's earlier statement. it appears he put up his fists and traded punches with curtis tanner. williams testified in court last week that he did nothing to provoke the skate boarder's violent attack often him. seth william also wants to get the real story. >> our job is to do justice. we're going to review this, this is under investigation and let the chips fall where they may. >> reporter: video released last time showed three skate boarders kicking and beating the park ranger. they were arrested and charged with assault. authorities in delaware say the people depicted in these sketcheses are the children who
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attacked him in his wheelchair. they pushed him in a storm drain and punched him and stole his keys. the attackers believed to be 12 and 14 years old. >> we're taking a first look at business, interesting story coming out of yahoo saying it was strong armed by the u.s. government to surrender user data. they were threatened 6 years ago with fines up to $250,000 a day if they didn't give that over. they try to to resist and filed court challenges and lost. pepsico is a responser of the nfl. they released a statement saying domestic violence is unacceptable and we're glad the nfl is treating this with the seriousness it deserves. turning now to look at wall street, stocks ended flat on
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thursday, right now it looks like futures are pointing to a lower open. the apple store site has been down for hours overnight, not good time, preorders for the iphone 6 are supposed to be starting today, the bigger thinner i phone 6 and 6 plus will hit stories next friday. >> a celebration of survival kicks off in montgomery county. the action cam is live in will blow grove where the hundreds have gathered for the susan g.komen breast cancer awareness. participants kick off their 60-mile journey and wrap up their walk on sunday at navy yard. >> a gruesome discovery in massachusetts. three infants were found dead in a rat-infested home. we'll give you the details. phone scams -- scammers
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have a new scheme to snatch your money. >> reporter: shorts and ts might work, i'll have the morning in their and how much rain we'll get on saturday, we'll have future tracker 6 and more coming up. (postal worker) hey! millers!
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le >> cold weather and snow has hit much of the north central part of the u.s. the flakes were flying in south dakota. the u.s. rapid city saw record snowfall for this time of year. snow is possible in the denver area later today. at least it didn't feel that cool outside when you stepped outside. >> it is summer, sometimes late summer for some folks means a little snow. >> reporter: there, we might get rain tomorrow. we'll talk about that in a moment. storm tracker 6 live double scan shows you we're dry across the region. as we look outside, sky 6 shows the airport, we're not expecting any big time complications at the airport today, the wind will be lower than yesterday, we're looking at any rain. 57 degrees in philadelphia. the dewpoint, 55 indicating not all that humid air. the winds are out of the north at 9 miles per hour. those watching in hd will add i
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added -- will note i added the always on portion of the seven day on the left side of the screen. showers hit to the south of us and are off the coast. 65 by 8:00 a.m., in the 60s by 11:00 a.m., a cool and refreshing morning waijts of a breeze -- with a little bit of a breeze blowing around. 76 by 2:00 p.m., 76 around 4:00 p.m. clouds and sun and less humid in the i-95 corridor. the phillies, 66 in the 9th inning, partly cloudy skies as the marlins come to town. as we go through the morning
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into the early afternoon, we're probably dry, but by 2:00, 3:00, in the western suburbs and pushing toward philadelphia there's the chance of light rain. we go later into the afternoon and evening, it's still scattered rain on this model. how much rain are we looking for? that's an old post. the models are printing out a quarter inch of rain or .10 or less. that quarter inch rain if we get that that could steadier rain for a time on saturday that's the way you're looking you've just seen the timing it's mainly in the afternoon. pleasant today, 76 clouds and sun, no issue. tomorrow, clouds in the morning, periods of rain starting to build in the afternoon, lighter showers on and off, but there's a chance of a steadier rain as
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well. 71 is the high, cool partly sunny and nice on monday, 73. monday tuesday, pleasant 76 should be nice for the final with the union at ppl tuesday night. a south carolina man accused of murdering his five children will face a judge. he was accused of killing his children and place the them in individual trash bags and discarded them along a alabama highway. authorities found three dead babies inside a squalid home in massachusetts. officials say the house was infested with vermin and had been contempted.
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investigators had to wear haz/mat suits because of the bugs and rodents and smell. the woman was arrested related to the living conditions at the home. but no one is charged with the infants deaths. >> "action news" is coming back with new stories you didn't see last night. new video gives another look at what happened immediately after a missouri police officer shot and killed an unarmed teen. a house party breaks out in alaska, police are trying to determine if it involves sarah palin's family. >> take 6abc.com with you wherever you're going, the smart design fits any device that includes your tablet or smart phone no matter how small or large that screen. check out
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conditions, they will be back to work on that at 9:00 p.m. tonight. debts go to devon, chester county, 202 to 422. everything is open and traffic is moving nicely between and exton. -- between king of prussia and exton. matt. >> reporter: good morning everyone, for everyone who flies it's a busy day for flights. let's take look and see what could jam things up when it comes to weather-related travel delays. east coast, things look good for new york city, boston and washington, d.c. atlanta and florida could get stormy so you could see delays there. out in the midwest, could get stormy, minneapolis, st. paul and detroit could see delays. thundershowers activity in texas, dallas and houston, watch out if you're flying down there. san francisco could see cloud cover in the morning.
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lax looking good. just san francisco in california. denver, boy oh, boy, check this out. zoom in on denver, colorado. snow activity we've been talking about this out there in the rocky mountain states seems there's snow already in summer, you could see a delay or two at denver international. tam back to you. >> a philadelphia police officer has spent time behind bars after authorities say he assaulted his wife. 30-year-old officer joseph griffin surrendered yesterday including simple assault and endangering the welfare of a child. charles ramsey suspended the 8 year veteran with the intent to dismiss. a call from a one-800 number threaten to turn off your
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electricity. they tell you to purchase money cards and the scammers require a pin to each one. if you get a call like this, hang up and contact the utility company. >> all new in the next hour of "action news," live explosion and flames light the night skies, a massive fire rips throw warehouse in connecticut. >> tim tebow may not be monday morning quarterbacking, but he will be a monday morning ♪
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>> this is newly discovered
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video giving a different and some say a damming prospective of the shooting of michael brown. two construction workers can be seen reacting to the shooting. one yelling that the brown's hands were up, another yelling that he was not threat at all. the men told crn that brown had his back turned when he was fatally shot. new this morning, police are investigating several members of the palin family following a melee. sarah palin's son got expwo a fistfight with a man who may have dated his sister willow. after the fight, the party hosts asked the pail lynns to leave the premises but did not press charges. the case is open. >> lesean mccoy is not running away from the tip gate controversy. he confirmed he left a server a
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20 cent gratuity in northern liberties. mccoy said he had a good reason for leaving the tiny tip. >> reporter: the difference between good service and bad service, or having a bad day there's a big difference from being rude or disrespectful. >> mccoy went on to say that the food was at least good. the restaurant's other than claims mccoy and his friends were verbally abusive to staff and called the typical police. tim tebow will contribute stories to "good morning america" part of a motivate me monday segment. it will highlight people and their stories of triumphs. we say welcome tim tebow. >> you'll be able to tebow every monday. the scandal surrounding ray
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rice and the elevator punch is growing new revel layingses bring into question whether the head of the nfl is telling the truth. >>
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>> good morning, everyone, it is 5:00 a.m., friday, september 12. breaking this morning. >> a judge finds oscar pistorius guilty of culpable homicide in the shooting death of his girlfriend. >> new claims that ray rice warned executives of the elevator punch before the graphic video was released. >> accuweather says a bright and comfortable day is on tap today, but we're in for weekend showers. >> let's go over to david murphy and karen rogers, good morning. >> reporter: the showers that tried to

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